It offers four core cookware products, called "The Hardware," that are made from premium materials and are ideal for home cooks in smaller households. (If you frequently cook for five or more people, this stainless steel pan set might not be big enough for you, sadly.
This consumer cookware brand offers high-end enameled cast iron cookware, including two Dutch oven sizes, but the prices are less than half of what you’d pay for other popular brands.
The cookware pieces — which include 1. 5- and 3-quart saucepans, a 10-inch skillet, an 8-quart stockpot and three lids — are made from stainless steel, and the knives are stamped from high-carbon steel.
Made In has a line of stainless steel cookware including stainless steel cookware set options, as well as a smaller collection of carbon steel products.
When it comes to outfitting your kitchen with new cookware, you may naturally think about big-name consumer brands like All-Clad, Anolon, Le Creuset and Cuisinart, but you could be saving money by checking out a different sector of the cookware scene for your cooking needs: high quality direct-to-consumer brands with names that you may not know yet.
Its high quality cookware products are made in the same factories as other high-end cookware brands, but they’re priced significantly lower, thanks to the direct-to-consumer business model.
If you’re partial to stainless steel cookware, you’ll love the stainless pots and pans from Brigade Kitchen.
Direct-to-consumer cookware brands are more popular than ever and offer a range of the cooking essentials you need like a chef’s knife, stock pot, sauce pan and nonstick cookware such as a a nonstick skillet or nonstick pan.
You’ll also find a selection of stainless steel pots, copper cookware and kitchen utensils, perfect for the home cook.
It has a simple, streamlined design similar to All-Clad’s and uses five-ply construction like other high-end stainless steel cookware but at a slightly more approachable price.
Made In is a popular cookware startup based in Austin, Texas, and it offers some of the best deals on professional-grade pots, pans and knives.
One of our favorite up-and-coming cookware brands is Potluck, which launched in 2018 and is dedicated to bringing professional-quality kitchen tools to home cooks at affordable prices.
All the Sardel cookware is made in Italy and the direct-to-consumer brand offers a range of fry pans, saucepans and stockpots starting at $80.
Founded by three brothers, this stainless steel cookware has drawn the praise of big-name chefs like Bobby Flay.
Caraway cookware can only be purchased as a complete set, which includes a 10. 5-inch fry pan, 3-quart saucepan with lid, 6. 5-quart Dutch oven, 4. 5-quart sauté pan and four magnetic pan racks and canvas lid holder with hooks.
Best direct-to-consumer cookware to buy for 2020: Made In, Brigade Kitchen and more https://t.co/NbKlfwcrIv— CNET News (@CNETNews) September 8, 2020